50 Batswana Change Makers

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Social Development — Lebogang Cleopatra George
Social Development — Lebogang Cleopatra George
'Dream Girls was founded as a response to the lack, or poor quality, of education that underprivileged teen girls receive in Africa'
​Social Development — Prudence Onkemetse Kwelagobe
​Social Development — Prudence Onkemetse Kwelagobe
'Botswana gives an opportunity to the youth to dream, excel and achieve their passion'
Social Development — Prisca Nkuna Mogapi
Social Development — Prisca Nkuna Mogapi
Mogapi decided to stand up and advocate for the voiceless because intersexuality is such a taboo
Social Development — Kagiso David Morebodi
Social Development — Kagiso David Morebodi
Remmogo creates awareness of road safety through their ‘Kgweetsa Ka Kelo tlhoko’ campaigns
Philanthropy — Solomon Oupa Obert
Philanthropy — Solomon Oupa Obert
Obert's philanthropy earned him recognition in 2014, when he received an award from the Botswana National Youth Council
Social Development — Kgomotso Jongman
Social Development — Kgomotso Jongman
His radio segment on RB2,‘My family, my strengths’, has helped a lot of people discover their potential
Social Development — Thamiso Chabalala
Social Development — Thamiso Chabalala
'I love working with and for people, helping them'
Social Development — Moitshepi Matsheng
Social Development — Moitshepi Matsheng
She has chosen to enable youth in Botswana to live the HIV-free life her mother never had
​Philanthropy — Uyapo Ndadi
​Philanthropy — Uyapo Ndadi
Ndadi is a voice for the voiceless, by using the legal system to challenge the policies and legislation concerning HIV-positive people
​Social Development — Goitsemang Boitshoko Maano
​Social Development — Goitsemang Boitshoko Maano
She empowers poor people to actively participate in developing their livelihoods
Social Development — Itumeleng Komanyane
Social Development — Itumeleng Komanyane
Komanyane currently manages a programme on gender justice operating in 17 countries, which benefits over 200 organisations in Africa
​Social Development — Galaletsang Setlabosha
​Social Development — Galaletsang Setlabosha
He includes as part of his work collecting visually impaired patients from their homes and bringing them safely at the rehabilitation centre every day

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